Dethleffs / Transit Warning ( may be old news ? .......But)

Discussion in 'Motorhomes in the News' started by Wildge, Nov 28, 2017.

  1. Chocy boy

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    But why tell the one's that done know.
     
  2. Speve

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    The longer this thread goes on by you complaining he more will see it(y)
     
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  3. Chocy boy

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    I didn't start the tread.
     
  4. Zepp

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    Everybody knows about fords , just google how easy is it to break into a ford
     
  5. SpeedyDux

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    It's a pity that Ford haven't sorted out the Transit vulnerabilities and made it more thief resistant.

    Otherwise I would have a Transit PVC on my wish list, now that Ford have made a new automatic gearbox an option.
     
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    Compared to the cost of a PVC MH upping the security is peanuts.
     
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  7. Gizmouk

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    Nah, what's stupid is not knowing what's been common knowledge for over a decade.
    Cap.Fits.Wear.
     
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    Too true. IMO this should be an issue for the manufacturers and they should be doing a 100% recall to retrofit improved locking / anti theft measures. Of there's a known issue, and they're continuing to supply base vehicles with a known and proven security issue, then surely this is at the least a sale of goods "unfit for purpose... ' argument?
     

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